10-12-2014 10:52 PM
10-13-2014 09:26 AM
First, DO NOT use that memory card to take any more photos - this would likely overwrite your previous photos, if they still exist.
Second, assuming you are using an SD card, search the web for "SD card recovery" programs. Pick one that you like and give it a try. If the card was indeed formatted when you reinstalled Windows, you may not have any luck, but it's worth a try.
10-13-2014 10:30 PM
OK! As you guess, this memory card is possible to be formatted. But, as to your lost card data, no matter whether it is formatted or not, you can try data recovery software to see whether your lost card data is still recoverable.
Add no more new stuff on this memory card and also do not format it or anything else. Just insert it to your computer and download data recovery software to take chances.
After data recovery process, also remember to change another storage device to hold your restored stuffs in case of data recovery failures.
Here, read more detailed information:
10-14-2014 10:52 PM
Have restored lost camera card data back with success? If not, you may try my ways:
Read more detailed steps of data recovery here:
Note: Make memory card data backups well.
05-05-2015 10:51 PM
Camera memory card could be accidentally formatted occasionally due to accidental format button pressing, camera memory card errors or more causes. When such camera data loss troubles really happen to you, firstly find all camera data backups and copy all possible original stuffs back. And then, connect memory card to computer and download data recovery software to see whether all your rest camera information could be restored back.
Moreover, most importantly, do not rewrite this camera card to cause farther data loss.
Simply check this data recovery article and see whether it can give you useful clues: